Pet Adoption | R/F Humane Society: Learn to Play Dominoes With Domino

This strikingly handsome guy goes by the name Domino. His jet black tail, black ears and crown stand out starkly against his snowy white fur create an exclusive look for this young cat. Domino can be easily spotted among the dark coats of the other residents of Cattery #1 and not just for his unique coat. We do believe that he’s the mastermind behind all the mischief making during the off hours.

One of the activities that make Domino so popular among his peers is his weekly game night activities. And can you guess which game he’s the most proficient at? That’s right – Dominoes! He is the master, everyone agrees, but Domino isn’t so vain that he takes that title for granted, he practices his blocking every chance he gets and he’s been studying up on Hector’s Rules – just in case he ever gets to Singapore to play, or runs into a Singapura cat that challenges him to a game. Until then, he’ll continue to play & teach scoring & drawing to the other cats at the shelter.

Now, if you’d like to learn more about how kitties play with those pip covered tiles (they really scoot well on the concrete floors!!), come on out & meet Domino, ask him about his secrets and how he came about to become a Domino Champion!

The Humane Society and Adoption Center of Rockport/Fulton
1308 Myrtle St

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